November 15, 2017

Trashfish boxes put “underloved” seafood back on the table

By Kitty Knowles | The Memo Bye bye HelloFresh, hello Trashfish! Tuna, salmon, shrimp (or prawns for Brits). You might think you love seafood, but honestly, when’s the last time you cooked up a fish dish at home without any of the above. In America alone, almost 80% of seafood eaten is […]
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September 30, 2017

Pensacola Seafood Festival

Seafood Fan? This is Your Festival The annual Pensacola Seafood Festival takes over Seville Square, Fountain Park and waterfront Bartram Park in Historic Downtown Pensacola each fall, attracting more than 100,000 attendees during the three-day event that takes place the last weekend in September. From fried mullet – a local […]
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June 6, 2016
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Alabama Seafood Takes Center Stage at The Wharf

By David Rainer If there’s one thing that will pique my interest without hesitation, it is Alabama’s fresh seafood. Hence, I didn’t hesitate when invited to the Alabama Seafood Summit and accompanying Alabama Seafood Cook-Off at The Wharf in Orange Beach last week. The Alabama Seafood Cook-Off opened the festivities […]
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January 12, 2016
Spring 2011

Collector’s Edition – Spring 2011

The “Plastics Issue” – learn about Gyres and the giant Pacific trash patch, the incredible Plastiki Voyage and one man’s homemade island in Mexico floating on plastic bottle. Also see the amazing photography of Scott Kerrigan and Editor Fred Garth talks to scientists about the safety of Gulf of Mexico […]
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September 13, 2013
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Friday Flavors: Seared Tuna

By Fred Garth Introducing our new weekly Friday Flavors!! Each week you can find some of our favorite recipes along with cooking videos featuring our GHM staff! To kick off our first Friday Flavors, our very own Guy Harvey Magazine Editor, Fred Garth shows you the perfect way to cook […]
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May 10, 2012

Aquaculture: This Is Your Future

Researchers at Mote’s Aquaculture Research Park are raising and selling sturgeon as part of a commercial demonstration program meant to inspire sturgeon-based aquaculutre in Florida. Photos courtesy of Mote Marine Laboratory.  Written by Daryl Carson   The proverb about giving a man a fish and he will eat for a […]
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March 8, 2012

Chef Bruno’s Bouillabaisse

Written by GHM Staff Bouillabaisse 2 lb fish filets ½ cup olive oil6 oz onion 6 oz leeks5 oz fennel2 garlic gloves½ cup canned tomatoes4 cups fish broth1 cup white wine 2 lbs shellfish (mussels, shrimp, fish fillets, scallops, clams, calamari, lobster meat, crab claws)2 bay leaves1 tsp thyme ¼ […]
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January 27, 2012

Meet Guy Harvey’s Island Grill Chefs – Chef Steve

  Chef Steve is the perfect example of a Chef who rose through the culinary ranks by the sweat of his brow and supplementing his new-found calling with restaurant management education. Starting as a dishwasher at Asheboro Country Club while in college for graphic design, Steve’s keen eye of how design […]
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January 27, 2012

Docking & Dining in Charleston SC

Written by Sue Cushman As you are cruising the waters of the Atlantic looking for a place to stop and re-fuel, meet new land dwellers and live the marina life for a few days, look no further than Charleston SC. The food, culture and people are one of a kind. […]
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